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  1. I thought the capacity was reduced to around 80k or so after the festival in Donnington in 1988?
  2. ^^ You're A Lie was a big radio staple at the time and the title track to World on Fire was #1 on active rock radio format (Mainstream rock radio) when it was out and they have done a good amount of good gems in those two albums. What I want to see if Slash/Myles/Conspirators want to tour again is put more of an emphasis on the VR/Snakepit/Slash's solo stuff and you can still bring out certain GNR tracks like SCOM and Nighttrain and Paradise City near the closing spots of the show and it would still be a great show for people to see. In fact, as a guy that has seen them once, and they were good, I wanted them to put less of an emphasis on the GNR stuff and more on other stuff that reflects Slash's career as a musician and that window could be there now that he's back in GNR.
  3. Slash's New Album - Conspirators III

    ^^ Honestly, that article is telling us nothing really new or recent. I think it's just Blabbermouth being Blabbermouth. Myles is still stating (on a recent The Jasta show interview, last week) that a new Slash/Myles/Conspirators album remains to be seen and that he's looking to get additional solo shows (after his shows in May) in for 2018.
  4. I honestly don't know why more arena bands do not use the center of the arena for their stage for their shows like Metallica does for their arena shows? The section 205 seat that Bono listed, if that was for a show where the stage was not center, it would be a more subpar area to see the show. The fact that the stage is center for Metallica, that section makes for a more fantastic view.
  5. If that would have been the case, people would have voted with their money and do their research and can think for themselves whether or not they want to spend their money on this line-up, but they still went to the shows with all of this information out there. People don't have to go if they don't like the line-up, but other do and those are the ones that is driving the success of this tour. Oh well. That's sometimes the reality, not the reality that people really want to envision.
  6. He's busy doing the next Tremonti album right now. A lot of pictures being posted in Elvis' studio in Orlando from the band's social media outlets.
  7. Oh well. That kinda makes better sense as to why they are placed higher than I thought they would be. I know Black Stone Cherry playing before GNR makes sense since Black Stone Cherry has done some arena tours in the UK with moderate success.
  8. I'm sure there is some meaning to why they played the song at a bowling alley, but I just don't know what meaning is there.
  9. I don't know why you have to feel bad for Myles if Slash does not continue with working with him and the Conspirators, this year. He's got a solo album and tour that he is really excited about and Alter Bridge is and always will be an important and big band for him to be a part of. As for Jeff Angell, dude's looks pretty well-versed as a musician. Whatever musical endeavors he'll take part in, it's bound to be good. It's just him working with either Duff and/or Barrett Martin and/or Michael McCready, it's just brimming with potential and I thoroughly enjoyed the new Walking Papers album.
  10. One more angle to take away from Slash not outright saying that he's going into the studio recording the next Slash/Myles/Conspirators album is that Walking Papers has a show in Seattle this month. According to this post here, http://www.mygnrforum.com/topic/219498-walking-papers-duffs-other-side-project-wp2-album-due-january/?do=findComment&comment=4518901 , Duff's name is not on it, but all the other guys in the band is on it. I found it quite odd that for a guy like Duff that lives, breathes, hype everything about Seattle that his name is not on that Facebook post, indicating that he's not going to be playing the show? What's he doing in that period aside from spending time with the family?
  11. I love this year in all honesty. My favorite band played the 2nd most amount of shows they have ever done in a year and that included playing in Rock in Rio, playing a fair amount of headlining shows in the US, and they played with an orchestra at Royal Albert Hall incorporating some deeper cut songs and they are in process of releasing a DVD. For me, personally, I got a job that has steady pay. I moved to Garden Grove, California in the OC where I'm about 10-20 minutes away from concert venues like the Anaheim House of Blues, the City National Grove of Anaheim, and the Honda Center (hate that place due to hockey reasons, but if there's a band I like playing there, I may consider going there). I went to see two concerts at the House of Blues in three days, Halestorm and Breaking Benjamin, and in all honesty, those might have been the most enjoyable concerts and the best crowds I have ever been in. Also, after a nine year hiatus, I'm back to playing World of Warcraft and I'm enjoying the content a lot and looking forward to where the game goes next year with their new expansion. So, my life is pretty good in comparison to 2016 and looking forward to see what's to come in 2018.
  12. I find it interesting that he stated RIP Sixx:A.M. (which is a bit of a bummer for me, since I found their Prayers for the Blessed album to be a great album and am always intrigue of another album from them). Does that mean DJ Ashba is up to do something else.............
  13. #RipNetNeutrality

    I think some non-US people are looking at this as well with worried eyes and thinking, "Could this happen to our country as well?"
  14. ^^ Well, you may not like this, but I do and this is the kind of stuff that fans of Myles have been waiting 8 years and counting for. I do think this is a good start for the solo album. Vastly different than what he's done with AB and Slash (which is where he needs to go towards to stand out and not have it sound like an AB-copy or a Slash/Myles/Conspirators copy). It's the opening song of the album and sounds to me it's basically mapping out what happened to him and his family in 1974 and the following songs would go more in detail. This was not going to be anything hard and heavy at all or making a statement to music world or whatever. This is a story about a very personal part of his life and going more "worldy-sounding" with the music and acoustic guitars and the likes seems very fitting to that personal story.